David Muttitt came a long way to participate in the 2015 Socorro Open.
The Socorro City Council unanimously approved the preliminary budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year during a meeting early Monday afternoon.
The Socorro Open has been a staple of the city, county and region for well over five decades.
Whoever says size is an indicator of strength hasn't met Scott Daft.
Whether they'll be on their way across the state for a playoff game or headed up the road to Albuquerque for a debate tournament, Socorro students will do so in good fashion for several years to come.
In the days leading up to the 2013 Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21, billboards posted around Albuquerque begged a question the locals have been bombarded with for years: will it be red or green?
Late on Jan. 4 the Steers girls basketball team had just lost to Tularosa, a team it had beaten in the season opener on Nov. 29, and were in the midst of a three-game losing streak.
The Warriors just haven't been gracious hosts to Magdalena this year.
The Steers boys are one step closer to a District 2-1A tournament championship after beating Mountainair Tuesday in the opening round, then handling Jemez Valley on Thursday to advance to the league finals today at To'hajiilee.
The Lady Warriors basketball team finished off District 3-3A play on Friday night with a 56-32 win over the Silver Colts.
Last Tuesday evening possibly marked the last time the Warriors seniors took to the hardcourt at Socorro High School, and those seniors didn't disappoint.
After the Magdalena boys beat To'hajiilee off a late Dre Montoya 3-pointer on Feb. 1, they knew they'd be in for a dog fight when they faced the Warriors on the road last Friday night.